1 Engendering citizenship
1.1 Engendering citizenship: the notion of social citizenship
Mary Langan talks with Professor Ruth Lister, Professor Fiona Williams, Helen Meekosha and Dr Madeleine Arnot about the notion of social citizenship in relation to the rights and obligations within society, with particular reference to women and disabled people.
Participants in the audio programme were:
Mary Langan Senior Lecturer in Social Policy at The Open University;
Ruth Lister Professor of Social Policy at Loughborough University;
Helen Meekosha a leading campaigner for the rights of disabled people in Australia;
Fiona Williams Professor of Social Policy at Leeds University;
Madeleine Arnot Professor of Sociology in education at Cambridge University.
Listen to the audio file. You may find it helpful to listen to the recording a second time and take notes that help define the ideas of social citizenship.
Engendering citizenship part 1 (12.5 minutes 5 MB)
Transcript: Engendering citizenship part 1
Engendering citizenship part 2 (10.5 minutes 6 MB)